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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Sr. Jean Paul Is Honored at 2 Social Events Two social events were held during the past week in honor of Sr. M. Jean Paul (Winifred Baumhover), who left Thursday for Lacrosse, Wis., after a five-day visit at the home of her mother Mrs. Nellie Baumhover, north of Carroll. Mrs. Baumhover entertained at dinner-in the family home Monday noon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klocke and family of Coon Rapids: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nees and family, Mr, j and Mrs. Virgil Baumhover and family, Mr. and Mrs. James: Baumhover and family, Lenore,' Anita. Lasvrence and Roger; Baumhover. and Richard Fiedler, all of Carroll. Open house, arranged by the family, was held in Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish hall at Mount Carmel Monday evening for relatives, classmates, friends and neighbors of Sr. Jean Paul. The remainder of the week was spoilt visiting in the homes of relatives and friends. Sr. Jean Paul, a member of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration of LaCrosse, Wis., has been in training as a dietitian at Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past year. She left Thursday to become a dietitian on the staff of St. Francis Hospital at LaCrosse. Personal Paragraphs Mrs. Leo D. Saul is going to New London Saturday morning to attend a family reunion at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Crawford. Mrs. Crawford will join Mrs. Saul on a trip to New Albany, lnd., where they will visit Mrs. Crawford's daughter. They will also visit their brothers Verle Williams at Lima, Ohio, and Fred Williams at Gary, lnd. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rogers are in Des Moines Friday attending the graduation of Mr. Rogers' niece, Darlene Rogers, from nurses training at Iowa Methodist Hospital. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers, Fort Dodge. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rawhouser over the holiday weekend will be their daughter, Helen Rawhouser. Des Moines, and Mrs. Edna Schackleton, Omaha. They are expected to arrive Friday. Mrs. John Earl, Lake City, is visiting in the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Sorenson for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoelscher went to Jefferson Thursday evening to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers and celebrate the birthday of their grandson, Steve Rogers, who is four years old. Dinner guests Thursday of Dr. and Mrs. Guy S. Jones were Mrs. Ana Calverley and Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Calverley. Chip and Kathy of Dallas, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Tracy, Curt and Cynthia, Council Bluffs; and Mrs. Kenneth Messerly and Mark, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harmeyer and daughter Sharon returned this morning from St. Louis, Mo., where they consulted an eye specialist for Sharon at Washington University Hospital. J. J. O'Herron is going to Brookfield. Mo., with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leland O'Herron. who attended funeral rites for Mrs. J. J. O'Herron Wednesday. He plans to spend several weeks in Brookfield. Timet Hi raid, Carroll, la. M Friday, Stpttmbtr 4, 1959 fif TO MARRY ... Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sicpkcr, Carroll, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice, to Kenneth Synder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Snyder, Breda. The wedding will take place on October 10 at 9 a.m. at SS. Peter and Paul's Church, Carroll. TRAINING MEETINGS The first of a series of training meetings for regular and substitute teachers of the Presbyter i a n Church School will be held in the undercroft of the church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 8. All members of the Church School staff are requested to be present. Jaycee-ettes Ha V6|Linen Shower Meeting at Club 30 Starline Ballroom Sat., Sept. 5 Skippy Anderson and His Orchestra Jaycee-ettes opened the new year with a meeting attended by 33 members Thursday night in the Amber Room at Club 30. Hostesses were the new Jaycee- ette officers, Mrs. C. W. Hutchins, president; Mrs. Llewellyn Ryan, vice president; and Mrs. Ed Vogel, treasurer. Plans were discussed for a football party but no definite date set. A skating party was tentatively planned following a presentation by Mrs. John Scott, wife of the oper- WIN AGAINST CONSTIPATION There's an easy, pleasant way to fight—and win—the battle against constipation caused by lack of bulk. It's the Kellogg's All-Bran way I Instead of dosing yourself with harsh laxative drugs, yon just eat a half-cup serving of Kellogg's All-Bran once a day. Tim wholesome cereal food provides all the good food bulk you need to keep you regular, morning after morning, week after week. Millions of folks rely on Kellogg's All-Bran to stay on schedule. Try it for 10 days—see tf it doesn't work for you, too. ator of the Parkview Roller Rink, in regard to facilities available. Mrs. Leon Schleisman was appointed to investigate possible dates and report at the next meeting. Mrs. Bill Schaefer volunteered to replace Mrs. Allen Siemer as courtesy chairman, and Mrs. Ted Gamm to succeed Mrs. Dale Petersen on the calling committee. After discussion of a meeting schedule for the coming year, it was decided to hold meetings only once a month instead of twice monthly as heretofore. The meeting date set was the first Thursday evening, of each month. Mrs. Hutchins, as Jaycee - ette president was authorized to assign four hostesses for each meeting. A prosposal to have programs after the business session at each meeting was left to the discretion of hostesses who are to plan whatever entertainment they prefer. The next meeting will be at 8 p.m. Thursday, October 1, in the Amber Room at Club 30. Hostesses will be Mrs. Don Hagedorn, Mrs. Jim Spieker. Mrs. William L. Otto and Mrs. Bob Feldman. Is Given For Bonnie Kuhlman Bonnie Kuhlman, September bride-elect, was honored at a linen shower by Donna Jean and Mary Kay Rutten Wednesday evening in the Frank Rutten home. The evening was spent playing games. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Arlo Bueltel, Mrs. Wilbur Bruening, Mrs. Larry Leiting, Mrs. Floyd Henrich, Lynette Thelen, Mrs. Joe Bruening, Mary Lou Henrich and Miss Kuhlman. The guests also gave advice to the bride-elect. A two-course lunch was served by the hostesses and their mother, Mrs. Frank Rutten. Miss Kuhlman's colors of green and white were carried out in the decorations. She received a plate prize. * * * Gifts, which were opened after lunch, were arranged on a lace- covered table centered with a large bride doll. Green and white streamers hung from a white wedding bell, extending down to the table. * * • Miss Kuhlman will become the bride of Roland Rutten Saturday, Sept. 26. at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. Calendar Friday— Bridge-mixer, Country Club Monday- Eastern Star, 8 p.m. Masonic Temple Tuesday- Girl Scout Neighborhood Assn., Mrs. Kenneth Wheeldon, 8 p.m. Rosary and Altar Society, SS. Peter and Paul Hall Wednesday- Past Noble Grands, Mrs. Fred Schaefer Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Martin Berger St. Lawrence Guild, 8 p.m., School hall Grant Township Homemak e r s Club, Amber Room, Club 30 Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn Golf Supper, Country Club Thursday— AB Club, Mrs. Virgil Neumayer, Breda Newcomers Club. Driftwood Room, Bui'ke Motor Inn Beulah Country Club, Beuloh Osborne at Byron Provost Home, Lake View V.F.W. Auxiliary, Public Library Clubroom Vera Wittry Is Complimented at Dinner Thursday Complimenting their niece, Vera Wittry, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wittry gave a dinner party at their home in Maple River Thursday evening. Miss Wittry will marry Eugene Derner of Breda September 26 at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Mt. Carmel. Dinner guests were the bride- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 'Wittry and son Arden, Mt. Carmel; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wittry, Breda, and Miss Wittry's fiance, Mr. Derner. Mr. and Mrs. Wittry presented a gift to their niece. The evening was spent informally, visiting and viewing slides. Mrs. Henning Tells Of Toronto Meeting Mrs. A. A. Henning presented the program at the September meeting of the Ladies Aid at St. Paul Lutheran Church Thurs- | ENGAGED . . . Mrs. Theresa Becker. Mt. Carmel. announces the engagement and appronchng marriage of her daughter, Mar, garet, to Jack Stangl, son of Mr. ' and Mrs. Clarence Stangl, Coon Knpids. The wedding will take J place October 3 at 9:30 a.m. at j Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church ! in Ml. CarmeY Churches day afternoon. She gave a comprehensive report ana showed slides of her trip to Toronto, Canada, where she attended the 8th International Convention of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League this summer. * # • The meeting opened with the hymn, "Jesus Shall Reign". The Rev. Harold W. Kieck read Scripture and offered prayer. Twenty - six members and two guests attended. Guests were Hannah Trupke and Mrs. James Thomson. Thfcy were welcomed by the president, Mrs. Russell Wunschel, who conducted the business meeting. Announcements were made of the Gliddcn Ladies Aid guest day Sept. 1(5, and the fall rally of LWML at Luke City beginning at 9 a.m. Sept. 30. Plans were concluded for the reception for public school teachers to be held at the Presbyterian Church Sept. 13. The organization will have a hamburger supper at the church Sunday, Oct. 4, serving to start at 5 p.m. The ways and means committee announced a breakfast scheduled for Sept. 23 for members and guests, to view the new Christmas cards. * * ik Following the program, dessert and coffee were served by Mrs. Albert Jansscn. Mrs. Victor Jons and Mrs. Larry Jung. A fall arrangement, complemented with yellow tapers, provided the centerpiece. The group's next meeting will be Thursday afternoon, Oct. 1. New Antonian Students Taken On Tour of City Thirty-three new students at the Antonian School of Practical Nursing were taken on a tour of the city by members of the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary Thursday. Furnishing cars were Cathy Booth, Mary Lou Hudson, Mrs, B. J. Leahy, Mrs. Verdis Hansen, Mrs. Robert Sorenson and Mrs. O. J. Bernhollz. After the tour, the students were taken back to the hospital where they were served refreshments in the nurses dining room. The refreshments were donated by Mrs. H. L. Hudson, Mrs. Mike Wlttrock, Mrs. Gerald Rettenmaier and Mrs. Kenneth Miller. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agtntt for North American Van Lln»», inc. ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. Ben Neppl and daughter Diane of Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Heinrichs and daughter Barbara, Maple River, attended the wedding of their niece, Susanne I Heinrichs and Francis Loncman i Wednesday morning at St. Adrian's i Church, Adrian. Minn. Their par| ents are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hein- I richs and Mr. and Mrs. Anton j Loneman. all of Adrian. Others at- I tending from this vicinity were ] Mrs. Helen Krogman and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heinrichs, Halbur, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heinrichs, Breda. IF YOU LIKE MONEY YOU'LL LIKE BUYING A CHEVY NOW! Lidderdale Ladies Aid Holds Meeting The Ladies Aid of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lidderdale, met I in the school basement Wednesday afternoon. The meeting opened with group singing of a hymn, and Scripture reading by the Rev. W. G. Land- 1 graf. who led the group in prayer The Rev. Mr. Landgraf also discussed "The Office of the Christian Ministry." Mrs. Marvin Boell. president, conducted the business meeting, welcoming visitors and reminding members of the Glidden Ladies Aid guest clay Sept. 16 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Paul Wenck was elected vice president and Mrs. Earl Berns. treasurer, to assume duties in January. Members were invited by the Lake City Ladies Aid to attend the fall rally of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League Sept. 30. The group sang the birthday song to Mrs. B. E. Albers. who was observing her birthday that day. Following the meeting, which closed with the Lord's Prayer in unison, refreshments were served Hostesses were Mrs. Paul Wenck, Mrs. A. L. Daenzer. Mrs. Ted Harm'ening, Mrs. Clarence Wenck. Mrs. Wilbur Wenck and Mrs. Carl Hclmkamp. The next meeting will be Wednesday. Oct. 7. STAR METHODIST CHURCH Earl E. Josten, Pastor. Clyde Logan, Board Chairman; Glenn Bolger, Lay Leader: Myron Bundt, Church School Super- tendent. 9:30 a.m.. Church. 10:13 a.m., Church School. 7:30 p.m.. Sr High MYF, Sharon Thomas, President. Thursday 7:30 p.m., Fall Quarterly Conference, Dr. Allan Williams in charge. Friday, 8 a.m.. WSCS trip to Des Moines Methodist institutions. IT'S BEST-BUY SEASON ON NEW CHEVROLETS RIGHT NOW . . . AND YOU'LL NEVER DO BETTER BY YOUR DOLLARS Stop by your Chevrolet dealer 's and sec the season's most wonderful money a worth. Better make it soon! V YOU LIKE GETTING YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, YOU'LL LIKE CHEWS 7 BIG BESTS! BEST BRAKES . . . STOP ON A DIME AND GIVE YOU MORE STOPS PER DOLLAR They 're bigger too. With 'em, Chevy out-stopped all competitors in its field in a NASCAR*- conducted test of repeated Mops from highway speeds. 'National Atmiation far Stock Cm Mvommml and Rntaidt BEST STYLE . . . BEAUTY THAT DOESN'T DEMAND A BIG BANK ROLL The experts at POPULAR SCIENCE magazine looked them all over and said that . . in its price class, Chevy establishes a new high in daring styling." Chevy's leadership in sales for '59 says a lot for its looks too! BEST RIDE ... CARRIES YOU AS CAREFULLY AS IT PAMPERS YOUR DOLLARS 'The smoothest, most quiet, softest riding car in its price class." That's the way MOTOR TREND magazine describes Chevrolet's cream- smooth ride. It's way more fun to sample than to read about though. Get out in a Chevy and see what Full Coil springs do. BEST ENGINE ... YOU COULD SPEND JARSFUL OF JACK AND NOT GET A V8 LIKE CHEVY'S Talking about our standard as well as Corvette V8's, SPORTS CARS ILLUS. TRAXED says, "Indeed, this device is surely the most wonderfully responsive engine available today at any price." BEST ROOM ... NO CRAMPED QUARTERS Let's take the official figures filed with the Automobile Manufacturers Association. They show Chevrolet's front seat hip room up to 5.9 inches wider than in comparable cars. Count on real comfort. BEST TRADE-IN . . . YOU GET MORE DOLLARS BACK FOR YOUR CHEVY Last year, for example, Chevrolet used car prices averaged up to $128 higher than comparable models of other makes. Just check the NADA* Guide Book. *Nntionnl Automobile OiWfifs A»%ocuuun BEST ECONOMY... SOCK AWAY YOUR CHEVY SAVINGS As sure as two Chevy Sixes won their class in this year's Mobilgn.s Economy Run. getting the best mileage of any full-size car! 1ST LUTHERAN CHURCH Scranton. Iowa. W. H. Lindquist, Pastor. Fri., Sept. 4— 8 p.m. Sunday School teachers' meeting at the home of Mrs John Thornton Jr. Sat., Sept. 5_ 0 a.m. Confirmation Class Sun.. Sept. fill) a m Sunday School 11 a m Morning Worship Guest speaker, Evangelist Nels Peder- scn. 8 p in Beginning of special meetings at Immanuel Lutheran Church, south of Coon Rapids. Everyone welcome. Each through Friday. Thurs.. Sept. 10— il-ll a in Bible Classes. 8 p.m. Choir Practice. evening Mrs. Sorenson Speaks at Lake City Mrs. Robert C. Sorenson, a former chairman of the executive board of St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary, Carroll, was guest speaker at a meeting of the Stewart Memorial Hospital Auxiliary at Lake City Thursday. She spoke about organization and activities of the hospital auxiliary. The meeting was conducted by the temporary president, Mrs. Steve O'Conner. The group elected officers and adopted a constitution and by - laws. The new president is Mrs. John Lewis. ENDS SATURDAY . ... "Come to the Stable" "God Is My Partner" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE • Sun-Mon-Tues • IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Lidderdale. Iowa. Kev. William G. Landgraf. Pastor. Mr. A. L. Daenzer, Organist. September 0— y.30 a m. Worship Service. Sermon Topic: Christ is Our Only Hope. 10 30 a m. Sunday School and Bible Class. September 9— 8: uo p.m. Walther League. FRIENDS CHURCH Glidden, Iowa. A. C. Archer. Pastor Sunday School at 10 00 a.m. Morning Worship at 11.00 a.m. Young peoples meeting at 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship at 8 00 pin Please note the change of time for morning services. Prayer service Wednesday evening at 8:00 p.m. followed by regular monthly business meeting. Edith Reever, cler 1 '. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lawrence of Seattle, Wash., were visitors Sunday morning. We were glad for their testimonies. Welcome to our services. Vow there'$ an Jmpala Sport Sedan «w of Chevy'e full tenet # ImpaUu /or '5$ See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer—you might as wefl get the most! AAcCOY MOTORS CARROLL, IOWA JUHE ALLYSON JEFF CHANDLER •i c ....MiH, SANDRA DEE CHARLES COBURN Open 7:00 P. M. First Show at Dusk Second Show at 9:15 P. M. 1ST METHODIST CHURCH Glidden, Iowa. C. P. Hughes, Minister. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. ENDS SATURDAY Life Begins at 17" Apache Territory" • Sun-Mon-Tues • 2o> GEORGESfEVENS' j production tUrring MILLIE PERKINS /- THEDIARYOF ANNE FRANK CINEMASCOPES HlGM-flOCLIir STEdtOPHONlC JWM Features Sunday At 1:00-3:45.6:35 & 9:20 P- M. Wedding Date Set For Miss Anzevino Mrs. Veronica Anzevino of Fullerton. Calif., has announced the approaching marriage of her daughter Carol Lynn to Terry Eivion Basten at 8 p.m. September I-'! in Capilla de Lan Antonio Church, 1700 South Los Angeles Street, Anaheim, Calif. The Anzevino family formerly lived in Carroll. Baptismal service and reception of members Sunday morning, Sept. 6, during the 10.30 a.m. worship service. If you have children to be baptized or wish to unite with our chinch, phone l J-380ti. The U. P. Welcome Sunday School class will enjoy a dinner together in the church dining room Sunday, Sept. 13, at 6:30 p.m. John Wendls' 50th Anniversary Is Noted W1LLEY — The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Wendl of Willey was celebrated by 125 relatives and friends Monday. The nuptial high mass was said by the Rev. M. C. Wendl of C.ran- i ville in St. Mary's Church. The 1 church choir .<ang. Rev. Wendl is John Wendls' brother, j A dinner was served at the Ded' ham Legion Hall, and tributes ! were given to Mr. and Mrs. j Wendl. I Out-of-town guests were from j LaCrosse, Wis; Omaha, Neb.; St. Paul. Minn.; Granville, Bellevue. LeMars and Humboldt. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ingalls and children, Vonnic and Johnnie, are moving this weekenc' from 323 1 2 North Main Street to the Greteman apartments at 1021 North Crawford Street. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Herweg are Mrs Herwcg's son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs. J. Colburn and five children, including new twins, of Columbia. Mo. They arrived Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Trupke are leaving Saturday morning to spend about a week at Moore Springs resort on Howard Lake. Akeley, Minn. They will be accompanied by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trupke of Algona. 1ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Glidden. Iowa. Duane E. Heap, Minister. Sunday— 7.M) a.m. Early morning worship service. 9:15 a.m. Sunday school. 10 30 a.m. Worship service. 6.30 p.m. Senior High youth fellowship. Wednesday— 7 30 p.m. Senior choir rehearsal Gayden Perry is coming Saturday from Vernon Center. Minn., fo visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V Stuart Perry He will join his wife, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs Perry since Wednesday. They will return to Vernon Center after Labor Day. GRACE BIBLE CHURCH Glidden, Iowa. Gordon Roozc, Pastor. "Holding Forth the Word of Life." 7:45 a.m. KCIM, "A Little Bit of Heaven Broadcast." 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. 11.00 a.m. Morning Worship. 8:00 p.m. Evening Service. 8.00 p.m. Wednesday, prayer and praise service. "The church in the heart of the community, with the community at heart." MEETINGS TO RESUME Meetings of the Carroll Council of Catholic Nurses will resume Monday evening, September 14 A holy hour in the chapel of St. Anthony Hospital will be followed by a business meeting in the lihary of the nursing school. "Medical Ethics" will be the topic of roundtable discussions through the new year. The Rev. Edward Moorman, C.P.P.S., hospital chaplain, again will be the discussion leader. A door prize will he given at each meeting. All Catholic nurses are invited. WHERE Do You Live? FARMERS! P R 0 T E C T YOUR INVESTMENT! Insure your crops and livestock, farm buildings and equipment. Low cost premiums . . . fast claim settlements! For the answer to your insurance questions feel free to caii me at the Dolezal Insurance Agency. Dial 4140. COAST TO COAST STORE CARROLL

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